Clore Award for Learning 2011

Joint winners

  • South London Gallery, London for Making Play – adventures in creative play through contemporary art
  • The Pitt Rivers Museum and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford for Making Museums – children design and make their own museums, from acquisition to exhibition, celebrating their identities


  • Museums Sheffield: Weston Park for With Sheba and Arwa (Belonging) – engaging communities and young people in a programme of learning and co-curation inspired by the legacy of two great Yemeni queens, Bilqis (Queen of Sheba) and Arwa (Sayyida Hurra), and modern day experiences of UK-Arabic women
  • National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth for Face to Face: Documenting experiences of conflict – an innovative film project with primary school pupils and veterans exploring the impact of war
  • Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums, Newcastle upon Tyne forCulture Shock $ndash; a digital storytelling project in the North East


  • Dame Vivien Duffield and Sally Bacon (co-Chairs)
  • Cerrie Burnell
  • Gerard Kelly
  • Mark Taylor